2-4-6-8: You Can Learn To Do Math Great!

Elisabeth Rainey
Tuesday 11AM (ET) - Spring 2025


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Who Is This Class Designed For?

2-4-6-8: You Can Learn to Do Math Great is a single semester class offered in the spring. The class is designed to create a strong foundation for basic math skills. This class can be taken in 5th grade to prepare for Middle School Math or maybe in middle school if your student is still struggling with some basics. This class can be taken in conjunction with other math classes and focuses on computations with decimals, fractions, mixed numbers and percentages.

A Foundation of Math Basics

You need to learn and practice to build a strong foundation of math basics. Various strategies such as virtual manipulatives, online games, classroom activities, video clips, music and the standard algorithms will be used in this course.

All of these training methods will be implemented to teach computations with decimals, fractions, mixed numbers and percents. These skills are the building blocks needed to excel in higher level math classes. This class can be taken in conjunction with a traditional math class.

Live Class Participation

Students are encouraged to actively participate in the live class. It is so much fun to collaborate with each other, write on the board, and view video clips. You can choose to talk during the class OR text me privately with answers to questions. No pressure. You will be comfortable in the online classroom. We work together to learn and practice each math concept. We all make mistakes and that is how we learn! However, If you miss a live class please watch the recordings promptly. 🙂

Grade Levels

  • 4-6 (and up)

Course Overview


Course Review by Onlineschoolmom.com

“As my daughter entered 8th grade, I was looking for a math class to review concepts from upper elementary and early middle school. During her elementary years, she was quite stubborn and the math curriculum we used probably wasn’t the best fit for her personality.” […read the full article »]

“My son came up THREE levels on math since working with you! We tested today. Thank you, thank you!”


  • None (eBook and worksheets provided)

Additional Supplies/Resources Needed

  • Headset, microphone, notebook, paper, pencil, colored pencils

Syllabus Download

Anticipated Weekly Course Schedule

  • Vocabulary, place value, estimate, round, mental math, odd, even, prime, composite
  • Operations with multiplication and division of multi digit numbers
  • Decimals= number line, compare, order, estimate, round
  • Decimals= add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Word Problems & real life examples with decimals (all operations)
  • Fractions= equivalent, simplify, number line, compare, order, estimate, round
  • Fractions (like & unlike denominators)= add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Word Problems & real life examples with fractions (all operations)
  • Mixed Numbers (unlike denominators)= estimate, round, compare, order
  • Mixed Numbers (unlike denominators)= add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Word Problems & real life examples with Mixed Numbers (all operations)
  • Extra concepts with decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers
  • Percents (compare, order, discounts, tax, tip)
  • Percents in the real world
  • Fractions, Decimals, Percents= putting them all together

Elisabeth Rainey

Elisabeth Rainey grew up in South Carolina and always knew she wanted to be a teacher. In 1996, she graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Elementary Education. During her last year of college, she met her husband of 26 years. Since then, Elisabeth has been teaching and tutoring students for over 25 years. She has taught at various middle schools, homeschool co-ops, and taught math & science classes online. Applying her Christian faith, Mrs. Rainey strives to ensure that every student understands the topics covered in class.

Staying busy is her idea of fun. Her favorite activities include working in her garden, riding roller coasters with her family and finding new, and fun ways to present material to her students. Garner, NC has been her home since 2000 along with her husband and two active boys - ages 16 and 18.

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